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Knit Lab: Projects, Patterns & Techniques
Knit Lab: Projects, Patterns & Techniques
Stefanie Japel
These essential lessons for new knitters teach you fundamental skills and about basic supplies through step-by-step instruction from designer Stefanie Japel.
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Make four exclusive accessories as you knit in the round on double-pointed needles, one short circular needle, two circular needles and using the magic loop method.
Stefanie Japel
Stefanie Japel
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Learn essential skills every new knitter should know! Open up your project possibilities with different cast-ons, basic stitch patterns and more.
Caddy Melville Ledbetter
Caddy Melville Ledbetter
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You’ll learn how to knit a hat with circular needles as you construct this cute and colorful collection.
Stefanie Japel
Stefanie Japel

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